1) The first case would fit under NEFY, but many of those regional-only releases have also been off the market for an exorbitant amount of time, when there's no reason why it hasn't been released. It's a double-edged sword - while I do agree that they would benefit from being there, that doesn't necessarily make them exclusive to one page.
2) I can speak to that - I
was the one who added that first section on sets of extras that never made the jump from one format to another. I considered making a new page for it, but didn't want to go through the whole process at the time just make a stub for something like "Keep Circulating The Extras". It seems to fit the mandate of unavailability, and is (mostly) comprised of cases where a large volume of material hasn't been available for a long time in any format, with no rationale by the rights holder why it's never been released.
The Star Wars
examples under the Web Original page, for instance, have an incredible amount of material (documentaries, television specials, online promos/featurettes) that were never duplicated on any release, nor does Lucasfilm have much drive to release any of this stuff (some of which are full-fledged films on their own).
edited 19th Nov '12 8:26:14 AM by crazyrabbits